Rain and strong winds will occur tomorrow Wednesday afternoon.
Connecticut, EE. you you. – it is weather watch alert Due to heavy rain and strong gusts of wind from noon to 8 pm on Wednesday. It’s not a great system, but the time it’s done will be the slowest Wednesday night commute.
Besides rain, wind will be a factor. issued Pawan Consulting for the entire state on Wednesday. There is a possibility of lightning in some places with gusts of up to 50 mph.
Wednesday morning will start with dry, dense clouds. A few showers are possible in the morning, especially across western Connecticut.
Afternoon will be wet. The heaviest rain and strong wind gusts will occur during the afternoon and evening. It may be difficult to move around during the journey, as torrential rains are lashing the entire state.
The wind will be out of the south, gusting to 40 mph and gusting to 50-55 mph in some places. As a result, isolated power outages are expected.
After the passage of the system, the wind direction will change from southwest to northwest. It will draw cold air from the north. A few thunderstorms or snow can occur across northern and western Connecticut Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Thursday will be a windy and cool day with high temperatures only in the 40s.
The next chance of rain is Saturday. Sunday should be the driest day of the weekend.
tonight Clouds are rising. Low: Upper 20s to mid 30s.
Wednesday : Mostly cloudy and dry to start the day. Showers develop in the afternoon, with heavy rain and torrential downpours during the afternoon and evening. Winds will also be gusting to 40 to 50 mph by the end of the day. High: Top 50.
Thursday : Mostly sun, wind and cold. Strong winds can blow on the mountains. High: 40s.
Friday : Mainly sunshine. Highs: Low to mid 40s.
Saturday : Chance of rain. High: Moderate to upper 50.
domingo : Mostly sunny, cooler. High: Mid to upper 40s.
monday : Mostly cloudy, with a chance of showers in the afternoon. High: Around 50.
Martes : Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain. High: Around 50.